This collection explores a wide range of human experience with understanding and insight. A poem like “Photon” injects the world of particle physics with a human sensibility, while a classically referenced poem such as “Penelope At Dinner” casts a contemporary, if satirical eye, on marriage. Sometimes, in poems such as “No One Told Me I Had A Twin”, a wry humour is present.
Rush’s poems explore significant matters, inviting you to experience their events or emotions imaginatively. With clarity and discipline, the poems lend themselves to portability, providing lines, even whole verses, to remember and savour. Above all, you’ll be reminded that accessibility allied with craft can still surprise and charm.
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